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By Rolf Nussbaumer

                                                                                        

Squarebud daisy <em>(Tetragonotheca texana)</em> flower bud opening

Squarebud daisy (Tetragonotheca texana) flower bud opening

Phlox <em>(Phlox sp)</em>, closeup of center of flower

Phlox (Phlox sp), closeup of center of flower

Blue curls <em>(Phacelia congesta)</em>, blossom

Blue curls (Phacelia congesta), blossom

Dayflower <em>(Commelina erecta)</em>, whose stamens look like little butterflies

Dayflower (Commelina erecta), whose stamens look like little butterflies

Left figure-Texas spider lily <em>(Hymenocallis liriosme)</em>,

Left figure-Texas spider lily (Hymenocallis liriosme); Right figure-propeller flower (Alophia drummondii)

Left figure-Rattlesnake flower <em>(Brazoria truncata)</em>; Right figure-Texas spider lily <em>(Hymenocallis liriosme)</em>

Left figure-Rattlesnake flower (Brazoria truncata); Right figure-Texas spider lily (Hymenocallis liriosme)

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